Scenario and VASL map available for free on Lone Canuck website . . .The Romanian 14th Dorobanti Regiment “Roman” attack on the railroad station began with its lead companies cautiously advancing towards the forest to northeast of the station. From there, the Romanians planned to establish a position to provide fire support for the planned attack on the railroad station and on the town south of the station. In the area of the crossroads, the Soviets had established a strong position, supported by machine guns and heavy guns, behind a minefield; where they waited for the Romanians. When the Romanians did arrived, they found themselves faced with minefield covered by fire; their lead platoons started probed the minefield, trying to find an opening; but each time they were rebuffed and forced to withdraw. Urgent messages for tank and artillery supported were sent to the rear.
Attacker: Romanian (Elements 14th Dorobanti Regiment “Roman”)